A large amount of thought and research effort is going into the science and application of e-flows in Australia and overseas. A range of organisations have recognised this and come together to develop a website called eflownet to provide a central point where 'people can readily access or share eflows-related information, ranging from' terminology, links or contacts to details of scientific eflows methods, case studies, software or professional literature.'
As a bit of a taster, the top three new items on the site at the time of writing are:
- Management of environmental flows within a changing climate
- Interbasin transfers are not always the answer, says WWF study
- River basin studies: A half-hearted attempt
eflownet can be accessed at www.eflownet.org.